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Synonyms for sitcom

a humorous drama based on situations that might arise in day-to-day life

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a humorous television program based on situations that could arise in everyday life

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The truth is most of the classic sitcom character types are still on our screens every week - only in reality shows.
The confusion seems to have arisen from the fact the new set has been dubbed Victoria Street, which also the name of the fake sitcom.
Having morphed into an Outnumbered-style sitcom, at least the title still works - who's going out when they've got three young kids?
The sitcom averaged 6.4 million viewers and a 1.1 demo rating among audiences aged between 18 and 49.
In 2014 they put on a live version of the sitcom at the Made in Roath festival.
It was a brilliant pre-PC nonsense sitcom that was typical of the 70s.
La preuve, la television algerienne diffuse, durant ce Ramadhan, a 20h50, une sitcom humoristique intitulee [beaucoup moins que] Cercala [beaucoup plus grand que].
Panned by critics for her acting in US sitcom One Big Happy, Kelly Brook came up with one big funny excuse: "We don't have a lot of sitcoms in England."
TV start Miranda Hart has revealed she is bringing her award-winning sitcom to a close because she does not want the main character to become an ill-fated older woman the audience grows to pity.
Accessibility has contributed significantly to the production of videofilms, particularly the genre of sitcom. For filmmakers, the new accessibility has generated sweeping changes that are noticeable in all three stages of film production, including pre-production, production and postproduction.
EDGE OF HEAVEN (ITV, Friday, 9pm) SET in a Margate B&B, the sitcom focuses on Alfie, who knows exactly what he wants and has his entire life mapped out - he's going to marry his fiancee Carly and live happily ever after.
He's the brains behind new sitcom The Wright Way, which bears more than a passing resemblance to his previous mainstream sitcom, The Thin Blue Line; although that show focused on police officers, as with The Wright Way it was populated by misfit characters and starred David Haig and Mina Anwar.
Big Three network affils typically don't shell out for sitcoms. And, although "2 Broke Girls" airs on the CBS network in primetime, Eye-owned stations had to compete for the rerun rights with large-market station groups led by Tribune Broadcasting and Fox Television Stations, which have dominated the off-net sitcom marketplace in recent years.